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Your provider for Hospital Beds across Pennsylvania

Introduce Comfort and Safety To Your Bedtime Routine

Ideal for users with mobility concerns and chronic pain, hospital beds allow you to adjust portions of the sleep surface to allow for the most comfortable positioning. With both manual and electric models available, you’ll find options that raise the head, feet, or height of the bed, bringing the maximum in clinical benefit and enhanced comfort. Typically used in hospitals and nursing homes, these specialty beds can be the perfect solution for sleeping in your home. With a variety of options, including options from leading brands like Invacare, there’s sure to be a model perfect for you.

Hub's Home Oxygen & Medical Supplies / CressCare Medical is proud to be your medical supply provider in Pennsylvania, offering a wide selection of bariatric, electric, and manual hospital beds. Stop by one of our six convenient locations and discuss these models with a member of our compassionate staff to find a unit right for you. While you’re here, you’ll discover mattresses, mattress pads, hospital sheets, and more accessories to help you build out your sleep system. Find your comfort today in a hospital bed for your home.

Different Types of Hospital Beds
Which One Is Right For You?

Hospital Beds

Electric, Semi-Electric & Bariatric Beds

Electrical beds are controlled via remote to achieve any height or angle adjustment with just the push of a button! Requiring minimal caregiver assistance, these beds are perfect for users who have a need for independence. Semi-electric models adjust the angles with electronics but require a crank for height modifications.


Bed Accessories


Bedding in a Box

Bed Wedge

Overbed Table


Stander Bed Cane

Top Reasons to Choose A Hospital Bed at Home

  1. Adjustability- With the ability to adjust the height of the bed as well as the angles of the head and feet sections, users are able to find more safe and comfortable positions than in their traditional bed. Angle adjustment for the head and feet can benefit people with back problems, difficult breathing, or problems with mobility. Plus it allows for positions more suitable for eating, reading and watching TV.
  2. Safety- Users who have the need for an in-home hospital bed are likely to have conditions that inhibit their mobility. Having safety considerations like height adjustability and side railings on your bed provides not only a helpful grab for getting in or out of bed, they also contribute a barrier to prevent falls when rolling around in bed.
  3. Convenience- Everything in these beds is made to be easy for the user or caretaker to handle. Hospital style mattresses are made of thick washable vinyl that are easy to disinfect, while the wheeled legs provide easy movability. With sturdy locking casters you can trust that your bed will move freely when you need to relocate, but grounded steadily when you’re in it.
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